FC Mantes

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Not to be confused with FC Nantes.
FC Mantes
Full name Football Club Mantois 78
Founded 1944; 70 years ago (1944)
Ground Stade Aimé Bergeal
Mantes-la-Ville, Yvelines
Ground Capacity 5,000
Chairman France Sam Damergy
Manager France Philippe Lebault
League CFA Group A
2008-09 CFA2 Group A, 2nd (promoted)

Football Club Mantois 78 are a French football club that was founded in 1994. The club is based in Mantes-la-Ville in the suburbs of Paris and is of the Yvelines department. The club's relatively late foundation is due to a merger between three other clubs from the region. The club is often referred to as FC Mantes due to their location, however, their common name is FC Mantois with Mantois being the natural region of the area the club inhabits.

History[edit]

The club's parent club before their foundation was Athletic Club de Mantes-la-Ville, who reached the CFA in 1968 and ultimately reached as far as Division 2, where they remained for four years before plunging down to the sixth division of French football. In 1994, the club merged with two other local clubs, Association sportive de Mantes and Association sportive de Buchelay to form the club that exists today.[1] The club is currently back in the CFA after gaining promotion for the upcoming 2009-10 season.

Current Squad[edit]

As of March 2011.

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Senegal GK Malick Gueye
France GK Guillaume Mercier
France DF Gaëtan Fakkouli
France DF Ibrahim Barry
Morocco DF Adnane Sarhane
France DF Bakary Diabira
France DF Joël Mendy
Senegal DF Sabou Diompy
France DF Medoune Gueye
France MF Jawad Abdeljabbar
France MF Abdoulaye Ba
France MF Mehdi Borsali
France MF Yéro Diop
Senegal MF Ibrahima Diedhiou
France MF Sofiane Gherbi
No. Position Player
Tunisia MF Sami Challouf
France MF Bilel Isli
France MF Mohamed Sassi
Morocco MF Tayeb Jbara
France MF Mathieu Géran
France MF Stéphane Le Parc
France MF Bruno Preira
France FW Hamady Tamboura
France FW Kenny Vigier
France FW Aziz Belissaoui
Democratic Republic of the Congo FW Careca Yenga
France FW Formose Gomis
Ghana FW Kwabena Twumasi
France FW Emmanuel Awolaja
France FW Tewfik Oumarzoug

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